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1. A neutron has;

a. No electrical charge but will add weight to the nucleus

2. The unit which consists of two or more different types of atom is known as;

a. Molecule of a compound

3. The resistance of a material is the;

a. Reciprocal of it’s conductance

4. A resistor has 4 bands on it coloured blue, yellow, yellow, gold. It’s value is;

a. 640 K ohms +or – 5%

5. When checking a capacitor with an ohmmeter, if the reading shows charging but the

final reading is less than normal then the possible fault is a;

a. Leaking dialectric capacitor

6. When a magnetic flux through a coil is made to vary;

a. According to faraday an emf is induced in the coil with magnitude proportional to

the rate of change of flux

7. In an alternating current star wired system, the phase voltage is 115 volts and the line

voltage will be approximately;

a. 200 volts

8. An alternating current generator is operating at 50kVA in a circuit with a power factor

of 0.8. the real power is ;

a. 40kW

9. Which is a high-pass filter;

a. n type with series C and L

10. The circuit shown represents a;

a. High pass filter

11. In a three phase delta connected generator the line;

a. Voltage equals phase voltage

12. In a three phase star connected system, the relationship between the line voltage V and

current I is;

a. 90 degrees out of phase for a capacitive load

13. The AC motor which features constant torque as it accelerates under load is;

a. A hysteresis type

14. In a 2 phase induction motor, the control winding is fed with a;

a. Variable value AC supply

15. The circuit shown represents a;

a. High pass filter

16. In a high pass filter the;

a. Capacitance must be in series with the load, with the shunt R or L across the line

17. A transformer with an isolated secondary winding is a high pass filter for pulsating DC

primary current because;

a. Only variations in primary current can induce secondary voltage

18. A low pass filter can be;

a. An L type with series L

19. A 40microF and a 60microF capacitor are connected in series across a 100V power

supply. The voltage across the 60microF capacitor will be;

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a. 40V

20. the peak to peak value of a 150 Volt waveform is;

a. 424 volts

21. One property of an alkaline battery is that the;

a. Terminal voltage remains constant until nearly discharged

22. A battery has an output of 6V off load and drops to 5.6V when load is applied. This is

due to;

a. Internal resistance of the battery

23. Potassium hydroxide is the electrolyte used in a;

a. Nickel cadmium cell

24. What charge does the nucleus of an atom posses;

a. Positive

25. What is the maximum number of electrons in the K shell of an atom;

a. 2

26. An atom which has;

a. Lost an electron is said to be a positive ion

27. What charge does the proton of an atom posses

a. Positive

28. If the current through a coil of inductance 0.25H is increased from 5 amps to 15 amps in

1 second, the average induced emf in the coil is;

a. 2.5 V

29. The stop band of a high pass filter will extend from;

a. Zero frequency up to f c/o

30. A filter tuned to a centre frequency can be used as;

a. Band –pass filter

31. Which of the following is a low pass filter;

a. L type with series C and shunt L

32. A 2microF capacitor is charged by constant 3microA charging current for 6 seconds. The

charge stored will be;

a. 18microC

33. A coil carrying 4 amps is to provide a magnetising force of 600 amper-turms. How many

turns are necessary;

a. 150

34. The ability to allow flux to build up in a medium is called;

a. Permiability and has no unit

35. In accordance with faradays laws, the three prime factors affecting generated emf are;

a. Length of conductor, flux density, velocity of conductor

36. In the diagram an unknown resistance is being measured using a wheatstone bridge.

The bridge is balanced. The unknown resistance is;

a. 5000 ohms

37. A parallel circuit has three branch resistances of 20 ohms, 10 ohms and 5 ohms. The

current through the 20 ohm branch is 1A. The applied voltage is;

a. 20 V

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a. 90 degrees leading the current

39. Tungsten is a metal with a positive temperature coefficient. Other positive examples

are;

a. Copper and iron

40. A circuit is made of two parallel paths, each having two 10 ohm resistors in series. The

total circuit resistance is;

a. 5 ohms

41. Wire wound resistors are usually;

a. Of low resistance value but have high wattage rating

42. A resistor coloured with green , black, black and silver stripes has resistance and

tolerance of;

a. 50 ohms +/- 10%

43. A 10m rod specific resistance of 5ohm/M and a cross sectional area of 10cm has

aresistance value of;

a. 500 ohm

44. When making up electrolyte for lead acid batteries;

a. It is safest to acid to water

45. Where the resistance of the load equals the internal resistance of the battery;

a. Power in the load is at a maximum

46. An alkaline cell has very low internal resistance. One factor which makes it so is the;

a. High conductivity of the potassium hydroxide

47. A battery has an output of 10V on an open circuit, which drops to 5V with a load of

50milliA and a load resistance of 100 ohms. The internal resistance of the battery

equals;

a. 100 ohms

48. What charge does the electron of an atom posses;

a. Negative

49. What is the maximum number of electrons in the M shell of an atom;

a. 18

50. A charge of 12 coulombs moves past a point in 2 seconds. The flow in amps is;

a. 6

51. Conductance is the;

a. Opposite to resistance using the unit Siemens

52. What charge does the neutron of an atom posses;

a. Neutral

53. What is the maximum number of electrons in the L shell of an atom;

a. 8

54. A two phase motor has;

a. Four poles at 90 degrees

55. An alternating current series circuit contains resistance of 100 ohms, XL reactance of

100 ohms and XC reactance of 100 ohms. The impeadance will be;

a. 100 ohms

56. The power factor of an alternating current circuit equals;

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57. Which of the following statement is true;

a. Net emf = applied emf – back emf

58. The current flow in a purely capacitive circuit will;

a. Increase with an increase in frequency

59. An inductor of 50mH is connected in series with a resistance of 10k ohms. The time

taken for the current to reach 63.2% of the maximum is;

a. 5 micro seconds

60. the inductance in a coil will decrease;

a. If the length of the coil is increased with the same number of turns

61. In magnetism;

a. The induced poles always have opposite polarity from the inducing poles

62. Magnetic lines of force tend to;

a. Never cross each other but generally contract to the shortest possible length

63. Two 500microH coils in series without mutual coupling have a total inductance of;

a. 1mH

64. The property of a material able to concentrate magnetic flux is;

a. Permeability

65. To prevent one component from affecting another through a common magnetic field,

shielding is used. The best shield material foe steady magnetic fields is a;

a. Magnetic material with high permeability

66. If three capacitors of 4microF, 6microF and 12microF are connected in series across

100V DC supply. The voltage across the 4microF capacitor is;

a. 50 V

67. Flux density is measured in;

a. Tesla with the symbol B

68. The ability of a material to retain magnetism is;

a. Retentivity and is expressed as coercive force/ reminance

69. One of the laws of magnetism states, the force between two magnetic poles of constant

strength is;

a. Inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them

70. Manganese is classified as a;

a. Paramagnetic material with a non magnetic property

71. The reference phase of a two phase induction motor;

a. Provides a constant magnitude value of signal

72. A synchronous ac motor is most useful for applications requiring;

a. Constant speed such as ventilation fans

73. The output of a rotating field AC generator is taken from the;

a. Stator

74. In a brushless generator, the purpose of permanent magnet generator (PMG) is to;

a. Provide initial excitation and supply the protection circuits

75. A shaded pole motor used in many light load applications is a;

a. Single phase induction motor

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76. In a circuit at resonance, the effect of reducing the value of capacitance will cause the

circuit to resonate at;

a. A higher frequency

77. Of the following phasers which two are180 degrees apart;

a. VC and VL

78. In a star connected system, the phase voltage is;

a. Line voltage divided by 1.73

79. The power factor of an alternating circuit is;

a. The cosine of the phase angle

80. To improve the power factor of an inductive circuit it is common practice to fit;

a. A capacitor in parallel

81. An alternating current voltage waveform has a peak value of 100 volts the root mean

square voltage is;

a. 70.7v

82. Two sine waves of the same frequency have a phase angle of Pi/2 radians. This can also

be expressed as;

a. Anti-phase with one another

83. A generator with a constant voltage output from minimum load to maximum load would

have;

a. Low internal resistance

84. A square waveform would be considered made up of a fundamental frequency and ;

a. Odd harmonics

85. The torque speed characteristics of a series motor is;

a. High torque, low speed

86. The output of a generator drops from 100 volts to 80 volts when connected to a load

drawing 2 amps. The internal resistance is;

a. 10 ohms

87. Saturation takes place in an inductor when;

a. There is little change in flux density when the field intensity increases

88. A generator has an output of 15v on an open circuit, which drops to 10 volts with a load

current of 5 amps. The internal resistance equals;

a. 1 ohm

89. A 3 phase induction motor can be reversed by

a. Changing any two phases

90. The main disadvantage of a split phase motor is;

a. Very low starting current therefore small torque

91. The speed of an ac motor can be affected by varying the;

a. Number of pairs of poles

92. The resistance and tolerance of a resistor colour coded green ,blue ,red, silver is;

a. 5.6k ohm +/- 10%

93. A 47k ohm +/- 1% resistor would have colour code;

a. Yellow, violet, black, red, brown

94. In the diagram the PD from C to D will be;

a. 15v

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95. Calculate the power dissipated in a 10kohm resistor that has 50mA flowing through it

a. 25W

96. A 10microF capacitance charged to10 volts has a stored charge equal to

a. 100microC

97. Three capacitors of value 4microF, 6microf and 12microf are connected in parallel. The

total circuit capacitance is;

a. 22microF

98. The resistance and tolerance for a resistor colour coded yellow, violet, brown and gold

bands is;

a. 470 ohms +/- 5%

99. Two resistors 60 ohms and 30 ohms are connected in parallel to a 15V battery, ignoring

the internal resistance the total resistance will be;

a. 20 ohm

100. In the diagram the PD from A to d will be;

a. 30v

101. A wheatstone bridge has the values as shown in the diagram. The value of the

unknown resistance is;

a. 200

102. The total resistance of three resistors in series of values, 60 ohm, 20 ohm, 10

ohm is

a. 90 ohms

103. Determine the current flowing through three resistors in series of values 30

ohm, 10 ohm, 8 ohm when a voltage of 24v is applied

a. 0.5A

104. A wheststone bridge has the values as shown in the diagram. The value of the

unknown resistance is;

a. 400

105. The statement that the sum of all voltages around any closed path must equal

the applied voltage is attributed to

a. Kirchoff

106. In the diagram the current through the unknown resistor is

a. 1A

107. In the diagram the resistance of the unknown resistor is

a. 20

108. Connecting two 28volt 60amp/hour batteries in parallel with produce

a. 28 volt 120A/H

109. Ohms law states that if the temperature stays constant the

a. Current flowing in a circuit is proportional to the voltage but inversely proportional

to the resistance

110. A lamp rated at 400V 50W the current taken is;

a. 20A

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111. Two 10V 20AH batteries are connected in parallel and connected across a 10

ohm load. How long could they supply the required load current before the voltage

began to decay

a. 40 hours

112. In a series circuit of unequal resistances

a. The lowest R has the lowest V

113. In an electrical circuit with 10V applied and the resistance is 5kohm the current

is

a. 2mA

a. Conductivity and is given the symbol G

115. If the junction of 2 dissimilar metals is heated

a. An emf is generated

116. In a lead acid cell, there are

a. More negative plates than positive plates

117. A material with a high value of resistivity

a. Would not be suitable as a conductor

118. The unit of Siemens with the symbol G is

a. Conductance

119. The capacity of a cell can be increased by

a. Increasing the number of plates

120. A material best used to store charge is a

a. Conductor of copper

121. When comparing emf and pd

a. Emf will always be greater than pd

122. A charge of 12 coulombs moves passed a point in three seconds. The flow in

amps is

a. 4A

123. A conductor with a positive Q of 8C has 12.56x10 18 electrons added it will have

q=

a. 6

124. The unit which is a measure of the amount of force needed to move an electric

charge is

a. A Volt

125. The electron valence of an element with 5 electrons is

a. 3

126. A material in which the atoms tend to stay in there own orbit is called

a. An insulator

127. A conductor with a positive Q of 2C has 12.56 x 10 18 electrons added it will

have a Q=

a. Zero

128. The electron valence of an element with 2 electrons is

a. 0

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129. An ion is

a. A charged atom

130. If a conductor is connected between a positive and negative terminal an

electron will travel;

a. Slowly from atom to atom along the conductor

131. The smallest particle that a compound can be split and show the same

properties as the whole is known as

a. A molecule

132. A semi-conductor will have

a. Four electrons in the outer shell

133. A conductor with a positive Q of 4C has 12.56 x 10 18 electrons added it will

have a Q=

a. 2

134. Ion current is found in

a. Liquids and gases

135. A current of 5A flows for 2 minutes how many coulombs passed a point in the

circuit

a. 600

136. A charge of 10 coulombs moves passed a point in 2 seconds. The flow in amps is

a. 5

137. A charge of 36 coulombs moves passed a point in 3 seconds. The flow in amps is

a. 12

138. Electromagnetism will provide an electrical effect from a

a. Generator

139. A photovoltaic cell produces

a. Emits electron when light strikes the surface

140. The seebeck effect is commonly found as the resultant current flow in a

a. Thermocouple unit

141. In a lead acid cell, the specific gravity of the electrolyte

a. Decreases as the cell discharges

142. In order to produce a substantial voltage and current from photovoltaic cells the

should be connected in

a. Series and parallel arrangement

143. A circuit with a current of 6A has it’s resistance doubled the new current is

a. 3A

144. A circuit has a current flow of 6a. If the voltage is trebled the new current will be

a. 18A

145. A 24V source is connected across a 30kohm resistor. In order to achieve a

current flow of 6mA the resistor must be changed to

a. 4k ohm

146. If the output of a generator drops from 100v with zero current flowing to 80V

with 2A flowing then the internal resistance is

a. 10 ohms

147. In the diagram the resultant current is

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a. 1mA

148. What is the resistance and tolerance value of a resistor colour coded, yellow,

violet and brown

a. 470ohm 20%

149. In the diagram an unknown resistance is being measured using a wheatstone

bridge. The bridge is balanced. The unknown resistance is

a. 150 ohms

150. The resistor in the following with a preferred value in 20% range is

a. 47 ohm

151. In a parallel network of resistors which are unequal the current is

a. Highest through the lowest R

152. 5 A passes through a 4 ohm resistor, the amount of power the resistor has to

dissipate is;

a. 100 watts

153. How much current is required for an onboard 600W microwave oven with 120

volts

a. 5A

154. Capacitance increase with a

a. Larger plate overlap area and less distance between the plates

155. The charge time of a capacitor of value 3micrF connected in series with a

resistor of value 5k ohm is;

a. 75ms

156. Calculate the mmf of a coil with 2000 turns and a 5mA current

a. 10

157. The right hand grasp rule is used to determine the

a. The polarity of the magnetic field in a coil

158. The point of coercivity occurs when the

a. Magnetic flux is zero even though a magnetising force is being applied

159. The magnetising force(H) of a coil of 20 turns and 5 meters long magnetic circuit

with a current of 6 amperes flowing through it is

a. 24 At/m

160. A coil induces 200mV when the current changes at the rate of 1 amp per

second. The inductance L is

a. 200mH

161. A coil has an inductance of 8mH with 125 turns. When the number of turns is

doubled within the same length, the inductance will become

a. 32mH

162. The winding of a direct current generator interpole is;

a. Connected in series with the armature and load

163. As load is applied to a direct current shunt motor the

a. Armature current increases

164. The commutator of a segment of a generator will

a. Reverse the loop connections to the brush every half cycle

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a. High current and low voltage are found in a lap winding format

166. An alternating current voltage waveform has a root mean square value of 70.7

volts the peak voltage is

a. 100V

167. The rate of change of a sine wave is

a. Greatest when passing through zero

168. Two sine wave of the same frequency have a phase angle of 90 degrees. This

can also be expressed as;

a. Pi/2 radians

169. The aircraft power supply frequency is 400Hz. The period is

a. 0.0025 seconds

170. When a circuit contains both a resistor and a an inductor a phase angle is

developed between the current and voltage such that

a. The voltage leads the current by<90 degrees

171. An alternating current series circuit has 2 amps through a 100 ohm resistor and

a 173 ohm inductor. The real power is

a. 200 watts

172. An alternating emf is applied to a pure resistance. Current and voltage

a. Are in phase

173. A transformer has 100V applied to the primary. If the ratio is 1:3 and the

secondary current is 6A, the primary current will be

a. 2A

174. The primary of a transformer is fed with 200V and the output from the

secondary is 10 V the turns ratio is

a. 1:20

175. The two factors which govern the output frequency of an AC generator are the

a. The number of poles in pairs and the rotor RPM

176. A three-phase star connected, AC generator develops a phase voltage of 115.

The line voltage will be approximately

a. 200V

177. The frequency output of a 6 pole AC generator is 400Hz, its speed of rotation is

a. 8,000 rpm

178. A 2 phase induction motor control phase

a. Is phase conscious in its operation

179. In an induction motor

a. A rotor with no connections follows a rotating magnetic field

180. An AC motor which rotates at the same speed as supply frequency is called

a. A synchronous motor

181. The electron valence of an element with six electrons is

a. 4

182. A good insulator will have

a. A full complement of electrons in the outer shell

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a. Current will flow if they are joined by a conductor

184. The electron valence of an element with four electrons is

a. 2

185. The smallest particle that an element can exist freely is known as

a. A molecule

186. Friction can induce electrostatic charge of

a. High voltage on insulating surfaces

187. If 2 charged oppositely charged bodies are close together

a. There will be a force of attraction

188. One unit of potential difference is

a. Equal to one joule of work per coulomb of charge

189. A conductor with a positive Q of 6C has 12.56 x 10 18 electrons added it will

have Q=

a. 4

190. In an electrical circuit, emf and pd

a. Will only be the same with internal resistance is negligible

a. 7 amps

192. Conventional current is

a. In the direction of positive charges in motion

193. An electrical force is produced when

a. A conducting closed loop is passed through a magnetic field

194. The unit in which chemical energy produces opposite charges on 2 dissimilar

metals is

a. A battery cell

195. Lamination used in a transformer core

a. reduces eddy current losses

196. What does a high pass filter do? Pass

a. Frequencies above a certain level

197. In a three phase system, a negative phase sequence exists when the order is

a. Red, blue, yellow

198. An AC generator connected in star with a phase voltage of 115V will have a line

voltage of

a. 199 approximately

199. An eight pole generator rotates at 6,000 rpm. The frequency produced is

a. 400 Hz

200. Remanance is the

a. Remaining magnetic flux in a material after the magnetising force has been removed

201. Mutual inductance is increased by an

a. Iron core, because it concentrates magnetic flux

202. In a series resistance , inductance and capacitance circuit operating below its

resont frequency the circuit behaves

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203. In a series resistance, inductance, and capacitance circuit, where VL=50V, VR=50

V, VC=20V the applied voltage is

a. Inductive, with the current lagging the voltage

204. A transformer with 115V supplied to the primary and 24V from the secondary

has a turns ratio of 1:5 is used to power a landing lamp drawing 5A the current taken

from the supply will be

a. 1A

205. In a magnetic circuit

a. Air has a higher reluctance than soft iron

206. An alternating current voltage waveform has a root mean square value of 70,7

volts, the peak to peak voltage is

a. 200V

207. When comparing 2 alternating current waveforms, one is at its maximum value

while the other is at zero. The two waveforms are

a. of opposite phase

208. The period of a sine wave of frequency 5kHz is

a. 200microS

a. Infinite resistance and zero inductance

210. Nickel is classified as a

a. Ferromagnetic material with high values of permeability

211. What is the effect of reversing the supply to the field and armature of a direct

current motor

a. Continues in the same direction

212. The armature of a Dc generator is made up of

a. Armature windings, shaft, commutator and laminated core in order to minimise

eddy current losses

213. Symmetrical waveforms are said to be made up from

a. The fundamental and odd harmonics

214. A charge of 100C exists when a voltage of 200V is applied to a capacitor. What

is the value of the capacitor

a. 0.5F

215. A capacitor will store quadruple the applied charge when the

a. Distance between the plates is halfed

216. Diamagnetic materials have permeability of

a. Slightly less than 1

217. The resultant magnetic field of a sinusoidal waveform is effectively in motion as

it expands and contracts with

a. Current variations and is at a minimum twice during one cycle

218. Alternating current in an inductance produces maximum induced voltage when

at its

a. Maximum change in magnetic flux

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a. Help reduce reactive sparking

220. Reducing the resistance value of a DC shunt wound generator field will result in

a. An increase in output voltage

221. Three resistors of equal value connected in parallel in a circuit. If one of the

resistors becomes open circuit, the current through the circuit will

a. Decrease

222. In the diagram the PD from B to C will be

a. 10V

223. The filament of a lamp measures 2.5 ohms when cold. With 120 V applied across

the filament, the lamp dissipates 60 watts. What is the hot resistance of the lamp

a. 240 ohms

224. If the magnetomotive force is 244 ampere turns and the current is doubled with

the same number of turns the new magnetomotive force is

a. 488

225. The right hand grasp rule is used to determine the

a. The direction of the north pole in a solenoid

226. Copper is an example of

a. Diamagnetic material

227. Two resistors in parallel. If they are of unequal value it is true that

a. The lowest ohmic value takes the highest current

228. A resistor coloured brown, red ,red, silver the value is

a. 1.2k ohm

229. A component is required to have a positive temperature coefficient value. It is

likely to be made of

a. Copper

230. A 40ohm resistor is connected to a 200V supply. The resultant power dissipated

is

a. 1000 watts

231. The combination of two 0.02microF 500V capacitors in parallel has the

capacitance and working voltage rating of

a. 0.04microF 500V

232. A 2microF capacitor has 50 volts applied. The stored charge is

a. 100 x 10 -6 C

233. Hysteresis losses are much

a. Higher with higher frequencies applied

234. An electromagnet of resistance 16 ohms requires a current of 1.5A, the voltage

required is

a. 24 V

235. When two resistors are connected in series

a. The current through both will be the same

236. A generator has an output of 10V on an open circuit, which drops 5V with aload

current of 50mA and a load resistance of 1k ohm. The internal resistance equals

a. 1000 ohms

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a. 5V

238. A component is required to give a negative temperature coefficient value. It is

likely to be made of

a. Carbon

239. A battery of 18V with an internal resistance of 1.5 ohm is connected in a circuit

with three resistors in parallel of values 6, 12, and 12 ohms. The total circuit resistance is

a. 4.5 ohms

240. In a wire wound resistor the length of wire is increased by four times and its

cross sectional area is doubled. The resistance value is effectively

a. Doubled

241. A 10V battery supplies a resistive load of 10 ohm. What is the power supplied

a. 10 Watts

242. The specific gravity of the electrolyte in a

a. Nickel-cadmium cell will be unchanged with a change in the state of charge

243. A low value of a voltage in a very

a. Low resistance circuit produces a very large current

244. In an emf of 120V is applied to a circuit of three equal value resistors in series

and a current of 2A flows, the value of total resistance is

a. 20 ohms

245. A resistor has a 4 Amp current flow. If the voltage is doubled the current will be

a. 8A

246. A 12v battery has an internal resistance of 0.2 ohm. With a 5A load current

flowing what is the potential difference of the battery

a. 11V

247. In the diagram the two unknown resistors are of equal value and there value is

a. 24 ohm

248. A generator produces voltage by

a. Electromagnetic induction

249. The most common form of a primary cell is

a. The zinc carbon where carbon is positive zinc is negative and the output is 1.5V

250. When a changing pressure is applied to opposite faces of a crystal

a. An electrical potential is generated

251. In a primary battery

a. Manganese dioxide is used to prevent polarisation

252. If four identical cells of 2.2 volt and 15 A/H capacity are connected in series the

voltage and the A/H will be

a. 8.8 V 15 A/H

253. 20 V is applied across two resistors in series one 10k ohm the other 30k ohm.

The current taken from the battery will be

a. 0.5mA

254. The current in a circuit is 6 amps the amount of charge moved in 25 seconds is

a. 150 coulombs

255. The charge of 25 x 10 18 electrons is approximately

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256. Some materials emit electrons to a light source. These are

a. Photovoltaic cells

257. If pressure is applied to crystals of certain materials

a. An emf is generated

258. A ferromagnetic material is

a. Nickel, becoming strongly magnetised in the same direction as the magnetising field

259. The direction of the magnetic field around a conductor carrying direct current

may be determined using

a. The corkscrew rule

260. A small air gap between magnetic poles has a

a. Stronger field than a larger air gap, for the same magnetising force

261. In a coil

a. Higher permeability of the core material produces more flux for a specified amper-

turns

262. When the current in a circuit increases, Lenz’s law says that the self-induced

voltage will be

a. In opposition to the increasing current

263. Lenz’s law determines the

a. Polarity of induced voltage

264. In a DC generator the reluctance of the magnetic circuit is reduced by

a. Minimising air gaps

265. If two magnetic poles have the distance between them shortened to a quarter

of the original distance, the force would change by a factor of

a. 16

266. If the current through an inductor reaches a maximum 2A in 15 seconds, what is

the current after 3 seconds

a. 1.26A

267. The current through a coil changes by 250mA in half a second. The induced emf

is 10 volts. What is the value of the inductance

a. 20 henries

268. The direction of rotation of a DC motor can be reversed by

a. Reversing the connections to the armatures and interpoles

269. High torque low speed is given by

a. Series DC motor

270. In a DC generator with a constant output load current, one method of reducing

armature reaction is to move the brushes

a. From the geometric axis to the magnetic neutral axis which will be in the direction

of rotation

271. Two waveforms are 90 degrees out of phase

a. When one peaks positive while the other passes through zero

272. The average value of alternating current voltage is calculated as

a. 0.637 X peak value and is measured over half a cycle

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273. The field strength of a direct current shunt motor on constant load is reduced,

what is the effect on speed and torque

a. Increased speed, increased torque

274. In a simple Dc generator, the conductor velocity can be resolved into two

component velocities parallel and perpendicular to the flux and

a. The component parallel to the flux contributes nothing to the emf

275. A pollyphase system is said to be balanced when the

a. Currents in the line conductors are equal in magnitude and there phaser sum is

equal to zero

276. Flemming left hand rule can be used with conventional current flow to

determine the

a. Direction of rotation of a motor

277. In a 3 phase delta wound alternating current system the

a. Current capacity is increased by a factor of 1.73

278. An alternating current voltage waveform has a peak value of 200V, the root

mean square voltage is

a. 141.4 Volts

279. Convention requires that in a symmetrical 3 phase system the

a. Red voltage is taken as the reference voltage

280. The average value of an alternating current waveform over a complete cycle is

a. Zero

281. In a purely inductive circuit the current

a. Lags the voltage by pi/2 radians

282. An increase in the frequency of an alternating current applied to an inductor will

result in

a. An increase in reactance and drop in current

283. Three resistors 20k, 20k,40k are connected in parallel what is the total

resistance

a. 8 ohm

284. assuming the voltage stays constant. Decreasing the distance between the

plates of a capacitor will

a. increase the amount of charge that can be stored

285. magneto motive force is measured in

a. ampere-turns

286. the part of a relay which is attracted by the soliniod when current is applied is

known as the

a. armature

287. hysteresis losses in an iron core are best minimised by

a. decreasing the frequency applied to the coil

288. a wheatstone bridge has the values as shown in the diagram. The value of the

unknown resistance is

a. 500

289. What is the potential difference across the load in the diagram

a. 10V

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290. If 4 equal resistance conductors are connected in parallel their total resistance is

a. A quarter of one wire

291. In the diagram the current through the 5 ohm resistor is

a. 4A

292. With a 4 ohm resistor and a 2 ohm resistor in series across a 6V battery the

current in

a. Both resistors is 1A

293. If two equal resistors are connected in parallel draw a current of 5A from a 20V

supply, each resistor is

a. 8 ohm

294. The negative electrode plate of a fully charged lead-acid cell is

a. Spongy lead

295. Battery cells are connected in parallel to

a. Increase the current capacity

296. When a lead acid battery is fully charged the plate material and electrode states

are

a. Positive PbO2, negative Pb, electrolyte h2so4 concentrated

297. The internal resistance of a lead-acid cell

a. Becomes greater on discharge

298. The particle to balance an electron in an atom is called

a. A proton

299. A positive ion is an atom that has

a. lost an electron

300. in a liquid that is conducting current, the moving charges are

a. ions

a. proton, neutron, electron

302. what is the maximum number of electrons in the N shell of an atom

a. 32

303. Ionisation current in liquids and gases results from a flow of

a. Positive and negative ions

304. A conductor with positive Q of 5C has 12.56 x 10 18 electrons added it will have

a Q=

a. 3

305. A charge in motion is

a. An electrical current

306. A conductor with positive Q of 3C has 12.56 x 10 18 electrons added it will have

a Q=

a. 1

307. A charge of 100 coulombs moves passed a point in 2 seconds. The flow in amps

is

a. 50

308. The factors which govern a materials resistance are

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309. If a large charge is applied across a material with high conductance

a. A large current will flow

310. The reciprocal of resistance is

a. Conductance

311. The formula I=Q/t shows that an electrical current is dependant on the

a. Rate of flow of electrons

312. The speed of a synchronous motor is determined by the

a. Number of field poles and supply frequency

313. A three phase induction motor obtains its magnetic field by a

a. Three phase supply to the stator

314. A three phase AC motor is running at speed on constant load and if on phase

goes open circuit the motor will run at

a. Same speed

315. On a rotating armature AC generator the

a. Main load current is carried by slip rings

316. The star connection of an AC generator is usually wired to a

a. Four wire three phase lines

317. A 4 ohm resistor and an inductor of 3 ohms reactance are connected in series,

the impeadance of the circuit is

a. 5 ohm

318. In a purely resistive circuit with an alternating voltage applied the power curve

is

a. Twice the frequency as the applied voltage and current extending only above the

axis

319. The frequency of an Ac generator is dependent on the

a. Number of pairs of poles and speed of rotor

320. The output of a rotating field AC generator is taken from the

a. Stator

321. The phase voltage of a three phase star connected AC generator is

a. Less than the line voltage

322. An alternating current circuit contains resistance and no reactance the phase

angle between voltage and current will be

a. Zero

323. The line voltage of a three phase star connected generator can be calculated

using the phase voltage times

a. 1.73

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1 A dc circuit containing a total resistance of 100Ω has a current flow of 250mA. The power

dissipated in the circuit is:

a 0.4 watts

b 5 watts

c 6.25 watts

2 ( BOOK 1 Page 57 )

C P= I R

a Joules/second

b Watts/second

c Joules x seconds

b Resistance = current divided by emf

c Current = emf divided by resistance ( BOOK 1 Page 36 )

4 If the resistance of a resistor which is in series with two other resistors is doubled:

b The current in that resistance is halved

c The volts drop across that resistor increases

5 Through which material will magnetic lines of force pass the most readily?

a Aluminium

b Iron

c Copper ( BOOK 2 Page 14 )

6 Two batteries 12v and 40Ah each, are in series. What is the total capacity:

a 12V 80Ah

b 24V 80Ah

c 24V 40Ah ( BOOK 1 Page 26 )

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7 A 30 KVA rated generator has a power factor of 0.8. What is its maximum consistent

power?

a 30KW

b 24KW

c 37.5KW

8 A 50µF capacitor is fed with a current of 25mA. How long will it take to charge to 100V

a 0.2 second

b 1 second

c 120 seconds

a mmf

b flux

c reluctance ( BOOK 2 Page 12 )

a LR

b L÷R

c L2 ÷ R ( BOOK 2 Page 34 )

b Low reluctance, high coercive force

c. High reluctance, high coercive force

a Potassium Hydroxide

b Lead Sulphate

c Sulphuric Acid ( BOOK 1 Page 24 )

13 In a circuit C = 25μF and the current flow is 40μA for 4 seconds, what is the voltage:

a 12.8V

b 6.4V

c 3.2V

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14 A 3, 5 and 2Ω resistance is connected in series with a 10V battery. The voltage across the

2Ω resistor is:

a 10V

b 4V

c 2V ( BOOK 1 Page 42 )

a Pressure

b Friction

c Light ( BOOK 1 Page 17 )

a Varies the voltage

b Varies the current

c Acts as steady current source ( BOOK 1 Page 54 )

a Neutral

b Positive

c Negative ( BOOK 1 Page 3 )

a Reactance increases

b Reactance decreases

c Reactance remains the same ( BOOK21 Page 58 )

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a 6µF

b 12µF

c 24µF ( BOOK 1 Page 64 )

a 9A

b 3A

c 0.15A ( BOOK 1 Page 56 )

21 In the circuit below, what happens to the total circuit impedance if L is tripled?

a Increases

b Reduces

c Remains the same

22 A sine wave has a periodic time of 0.5 milliseconds. What is the frequency?

a 200Hz

b 2KHz

c 20KHz ( BOOK 2 Page 39 )

23 Three branches in a circuit have currents entering of 3A, 4A and 5A. A fourth branch has

10A leaving. A fifth branch must have:

a 2A entering

b 2A leaving

a Inductive

b Resistive

c Capacitive ( BOOK 2 Page 69 )

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25 How many electrons would a conductor normally have in its outer shell?

a 1–3

b 4

c 5–8 ( BOOK 1 Page 6 )

26 What is a molecule :

a The smallest part of a compound

b The smallest part of an electron

c The smallest part of an atom ( BOOK 1 Page 3 )

27 A coulomb is:

a One ampere per second

b One ampere x second

c One second per ampere ( BOOK 1 Page 13 )

a Potassium Hydroxide

b Cadmium

c Cadmium Hydroxide ( BOOK 1 Page 26 )

a High voltage

b High current

c High voltage and high current ( BOOK 1 Page 26 )

a 0.01 Siemens

b 0.25 Siemens

c 0.1 Siemens ( BOOK 1 Page 46 )

a Blue, Grey, Yellow, Brown

b Blue, Grey, Orange, Brown

c Blue, Grey, Black, Red, Brown ( BOOK 1 Page 47 )

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5Ω

6V 16V

5Ω

a 0.5A

b 1A

c 2A

a Voltage that the capacitor becomes saturated and will accept no more change

b Voltage at which the dielectric breaks down if exceeded

c maximum reverse voltage before the plates buckle

a voltage is √3 times the magnitude of the phase voltage

b current is √3 times the value of the phase current

c current is 3 times the value of the phase current

35 When a capacitor is charged after 1 time constant the V across the capacitor is:

a Vsupply

b 0.707 x Vsupply

c 0.632 x Vsupply

a South pole with the thumb when the fingers are pointing in direction of electron flow

b North pole with the thumb when the fingers are pointing in direction of conventional flow

c South pole with the thumb when the fingers are pointing in direction of conventional flow

a Coercive Force x Remanence

b Coercive Force ÷ Remanence

c Remanence ÷ Coercive Force

a 0.637 x peak

b peak ÷ 0.707

c 0.707 x (peak to peak ÷ 2)

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39 When using 3 phase power the angle between the phases should be:

a 60º

b 90º

c 120º

a Even harmonics

b Odd harmonics

c Square waves

a Eddy currents

b High reluctance

c Armature reaction

a AC from the brushes and convert it to DC for the armature coil

b AC from the armature coil and convert it to DC for the brushes

c DC from the armature coil and convert it to AC for the brushes

a High current and high voltage respectively

b High voltage and high current respectively

c High ripple and low ripple respectively

a Last field pole the coil has just passed

b Next field pole in direction of rotation

c Next interpole ahead

a Wound around the pole pieces between main poles

b Wound around the armature in the opposite direction

c Cut into the faces of the main poles

a Determine the motion of a motor

b Show the current in motors

c Determine current in generators

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a Lacquer

b Enamel

c Mica

c bls 45

a Reaction between the main field and the armature field

b Reaction between the rotor heat and the stator cooling

c Torque reaction due to bearing friction

a Applied emf minus the induced emf

b Applied emf minus the back emf

c Back emf minus the induced emf

a Interpoles connected in series with the armature

b Interpoles connected in parallel with the armature

c Compensating windings connected in parallel with the armature

a To the limit switches

b In parallel with the armature

c In series with the armature

a Armature

b Stator

c Commutator

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a carbon

b metal film

c wire-wound

a they must both have the same value

b the voltage across both must be the same

c there is only one path for current

3 With 100 volts applied across ten, 50 ohm resistors in parallel, the current

through each is:

a 2 amps

b 10 amps

c 50 amps

a vary in direct proportion to R

b be inversely proportional to R

c remain constant as R is varied

5 If, two similar wire conductors are connected in parallel, their total resistance

is:

a double the resistance of 1 wire

b one half the resistance of 1 wire

c the same as the resistance of 1 wire

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a 1.25 volts

b 1.35 volts

c 2.1 volts

flow?

a 4A

b 24A

c 144A

8 If a length of wire is cut in half and the two halves connected in parallel the

resistance is?

a The same as the original

b Half the original

c Quarter of the original

a 0.25 Siemens

b 0.01 Siemens

c 0.1 Siemens

a ions within the cell

b protons within the cell

c electrons within the cell

11 If 2 cells of 2V are connected in parallel and one is of rating 10AH and the

other is 5 AH the total rating of the battery is:

a 4V 5AH

b 2V 15AH

c 2V 5AH

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12 In FIG 1 if one 20 resistor is open circuit the voltage across the other 20

resistor is:

10

20V

20 20

FIG 1

a decreased

b increased

c the same

a Blue Grey Yellow Brown

b Blue Grey Red Brown

c Blue Grey Black Red Brown

a 0.5A 5

b 1A

c 2A 6V 16V

5

Fig 2

15 If a capacitor’s plates are not fully aligned the value will be:

a reduced

b increased

c the same

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a voltage that the capacitor becomes saturated and will accept no more

charge

b voltage at which the dielectric breaks down if exceeded

c maximum reverse voltage before the plates buckle

17 When a capacitor is charged after 1 time constant the V across the capacitor

is:

a Vsupply

b 0.707 X Vsupply

c 0.632 X Vsupply

a a conductor

b an insulator

c a semiconductor

b an overall movement of ions in the same direction

c an overall movement of free electrons in the same direction

b increasing the separation of the plates

c decreasing the overlap of the plates

a ferromagnetic materials

b diamagnetic materials

c paramagnetic materials

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a 2 amps

b 0.5 amps

c 0.1 amps

a in series with the turns of the coil in which the voltage is induced

b in opposition to the voltage which is applied

c always more than the applied voltage

b one is maximum positive when the other is maximum negative

c they are only zero together every other cycle

a increases

b decreases

c increases only when the voltage increases

26 With double the number of turns but the same length and area, an

inductance is:

a the same

b double

c quadruple

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the frequency is doubled, then the reactance will be:

a 2000

b 4000

c 16000

28 In a sine-wave ac circuit with a 90 R, in series with a 90 XL, phase angle

is:

a 0

b 30

c 45

b large self induced voltage across L

c low resistance of the open switch

b the tangent of the phase angle

c unity for a reactive circuit

a current is minimum

b voltage across ‘C’ is minimum

c current is maximum

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32 Remanence is the:

b magnetising force required to cancel magnetic strength of a material

c max magnetic strength of a material once magnetising force removed

from coil

b magnetising force required to cancel magnetic strength of a material

c max magnetic strength of a material once magnetising force removed

from coil

a when the waveform passes through zero until the next time it passes

through zero again

b any point on the waveform until it passes through the same point going in

the same direction

c the maximum positive until the maximum negative

1

f

a. t

f

b. t

1

f

c. t

a 0.707

b 0.637

c 0

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a. 0.637 peak

peak

b. 0.707

peak to peak

0.707

c. 2

a 30

b 45

c 90

39 If a sine wave starts at maximum when another is at zero the phase angle is:

a 0

b 90

c 180

b inductors and resistors

c capacitors and inductors

250mA. The power dissipated in the circuit is:

a 0.4 watts

b 5 watts

c 6.25 watts

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a joules/second

b watts/second

c joules x seconds

b resistance = current divided by emf

c current = emf divided by resistance

44 Through which material will magnetic lines of force pass the most readily?

a Aluminium

b Iron

c Copper

45 Two batteries 12V and 40Ah each, are in series. What is the total capacity?

a 12V 80Ah

b 24V 80Ah

c 24V 40Ah

46 A 30 KVA rated generator has a power factor of 0.8. What is its maximum

consistent power:

a 30 KW

b 24KW

c 37.5KW

47 A 50F capacitor is fed with a current of 25mA. How long will it take to

charge it to 100V?

a 1 second

b 0.2 seconds

c 12 minutes

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a mmf

b flux

c reluctance

a LR

b L/R

c L2/R

b low reluctance, high coercive force

c high reluctance, high coercive force

a Potassium Hydroxide

b Lead Sulphate

c Sulphuric Acid

seconds, what is the voltage?

a 12.8V

b 6.4V

c 3.2V

voltage across the 2 ohms resistor is:

a 10V

b 2V

c 4V

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a pressure

b friction

c light

b variable resistor

c variable current source

a neutral

b positive

c negative

b impedance increases

c reactance remains the same

58 A 3 ohm resistor dissipates 27 watts. How much current flows through it?

a 3A

b 9A

c 0.15A

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tripled?

a increases

b remains the same

c reduces

60 A sine wave has a periodic time of 0.5 milliseconds. What is the frequency?

a 200Hz

b 2kHz

c 20kHz

61 Three branches in a circuit have currents entering of 3A, 4A and 5A. A fourth

branch has 10A leaving. A fifth branch must have:

a 2A entering

b 2A leaving

c 22A leaving

a inductive

b resistive

c capacitive

63 How many electrons would a conductor normally have in its outer shell?

a 1-3

b 4

c 5-8

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64 What is a molecule?

b the smallest part of an electron

c the smallest part of an atom

65 A coulomb is:

b one ampere x second

c one second per ampere

a Potassium Hydroxide

b Cadmium

c Cadmium Hydroxide

a High Voltage

b High Current

c High Voltage and High Current

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a South pole with thumb when fingers are pointing in direction of electron

flow

b North pole with thumb when fingers are pointing in direction of

conventional current flow

c South pole with thumb when fingers are pointing in direction of

conventional current flow

71 When using 3 phase power the angle between the phases should be:

a 60

b 90

c 120

a even harmonics

b odd harmonics

c square waves

a eddy currents

b high reluctance

c armature reaction

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b AC from the armature coil and convert it to DC for the brushes

c DC from the armature coil and convert it to AC for the brushes

b high voltage and high current respectively

c high ripple and low ripple respectively

b next field pole in direction of rotation

c next interpole ahead

b wound around the armature in the opposite direction

c cut into the faces of the main poles

b show the current in motors

c determine current in generators

a lacquer

b enamel

c mica

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b reaction between the rotor heat and the stator cooling

c torque reaction due to bearing friction

b applied emf minus the back emf

c back emf minus the induced emf

b interpoles connected in parallel with the armature

c compensating windings connected in parallel with the armature

b in parallel with the armature

c in series with the armature

a armature

b stator

c commutator

250mA. The power dissipated in the circuit is:

a 0.4 watts

b 5 watts

c 6.25 watts

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a Current and voltage

b Current and time

c Voltage and resistance

a 12F

b 4F

c 36F

doubled:

a the current in that resistance is doubled

b the current in that resistance is halved

c the volts drop across that resistor increases

a Negative ion

b Positive ion

c Neutral ion

a Many free electrons in their outer shell

b Equal numbers of electrons in their outer shell

c Few electrons in their outer shell

a Total circuit voltage

b On load voltage

c Off load voltage

a Coulombs law

b Ohms law

c Kirchoffs law

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a Potassium Hydroxide

b Lead Sulphate

c Sulphuric Acid

a Smaller plate area and greater distance between plates

b Larger plate area and greater distance between plates

c Larger plate area and less distance between plates

a Equal to the mass of the nucleus

b Neutral

c Equal to the mass of the neutron

a Positive to negative

b Negative to positive

c Negative to negative

a 8 coulombs flows past a given point in 2 seconds

b 4 coulombs flows past a given point in 1 second

c 8 coulombs flows past a given point in 1 second

98 A resistor has a colour code of violet, blue, green, gold what is its value?

a 760KΩ ± 5%

b 7.6MΩ ± 5%

c 76MΩ ± 5%

a 1T

b 3T

c 5T

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100 A resistor of value 68K 1% may have the following coloured bands:

a Blue Grey Yellow Brown

b Blue Grey Orange Brown

c Blue Grey Black Red Brown

a A conductor

b An insulator

c A semiconductor

a High Voltage

b High Current

c High Voltage and High Current

d ferromagnetic materials

e diamagnetic materials

f paramagnetic materials

d 2 amps

e 0.5 amps

f 0.1 amps

d in series with the turns of the coil in which the voltage is induced

e in opposition to the voltage which is applied

f always more than the applied voltage

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d one is maximum when the other is minimum

e one is maximum positive when the other is maximum negative

f they are only zero together every other cycle

d increases

e decreases

f increases only when the voltage increases

58 With double the number of turns but the same length and area, an inductance is:

d the same

e double

f quadruple

59 A coil has an inductive reactance of 1000 if its inductance is doubled and the

frequency is doubled, then the reactance will be:

d 2000

e 4000

f 16000

60 In a sine-wave ac circuit with a 90 R, in series with a 90 XL, phase angle is:

d 0

e 30

f 45

d long time constant

e large self induced voltage across L

f low resistance of the open switch

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d the cosine of the phase angle

e the tangent of the phase angle

f unity for a reactive circuit

d current is minimum

e voltage across ‘C’ is minimum

f current is maximum

64 Remanence is the:

d max magnetic strength of a material even if magnetising force increased

e magnetising force required to cancel magnetic strength of a material

f max magnetic strength of a material once magnetising force removed from coil

d max magnetic strength of a material even if magnetising force increased

e magnetising force required to cancel magnetic strength of a material

f max magnetic strength of a material once magnetising force removed from coil

d when the waveform passes through zero until the next time it passes through zero

again

e any point on the waveform until it passes through the same point going in the same

direction

f the maximum positive until the maximum negative

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f

a. t

f

b. t

1

f

c. t

d 0.707

e 0.637

f 0

a. 0.637 peak

peak

b. 0.707

peak to peak

0.707

c. 2

d 30

e 45

f 90

71 If a sine wave starts at maximum when another is at zero the phase angle is:

d 0

e 90

f 180

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d capacitors and resistors

e inductors and resistors

f capacitors and inductors

g ferromagnetic materials

h diamagnetic materials

i paramagnetic materials

g 2 amps

h 0.5 amps

i 0.1 amps

g in series with the turns of the coil in which the voltage is induced

h in opposition to the voltage which is applied

i always more than the applied voltage

g one is maximum when the other is minimum

h one is maximum positive when the other is maximum negative

i they are only zero together every other cycle

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g increases

h decreases

i increases only when the voltage increases

78 With double the number of turns but the same length and area, an inductance is:

g the same

h double

i quadruple

79 A coil has an inductive reactance of 1000 if its inductance is doubled and the

frequency is doubled, then the reactance will be:

g 2000

h 4000

i 16000

80 In a sine-wave ac circuit with a 90 R, in series with a 90 XL, phase angle is:

g 0

h 30

i 45

g long time constant

h large self induced voltage across L

i low resistance of the open switch

g the cosine of the phase angle

h the tangent of the phase angle

i unity for a reactive circuit

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g current is minimum

h voltage across ‘C’ is minimum

i current is maximum

84 Remanence is the:

g max magnetic strength of a material even if magnetising force increased

h magnetising force required to cancel magnetic strength of a material

i max magnetic strength of a material once magnetising force removed from coil

g max magnetic strength of a material even if magnetising force increased

h magnetising force required to cancel magnetic strength of a material

i max magnetic strength of a material once magnetising force removed from coil

g when the waveform passes through zero until the next time it passes through zero

again

h any point on the waveform until it passes through the same point going in the same

direction

i the maximum positive until the maximum negative

1

f

a. t

f

b. t

1

f

c. t

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g 0.707

h 0.637

i 0

a. 0.637 peak

peak

b. 0.707

peak to peak

0.707

c. 2

g 30

h 45

i 90

91 If a sine wave starts at maximum when another is at zero the phase angle is:

g 0

h 90

i 180

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g capacitors and resistors

h inductors and resistors

i capacitors and inductors

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93 A dc circuit containing a total resistance of 100 ohms has a current flow of 250mA. The

power dissipated in the circuit is:

d 0.4 watts

e 5 watts

f 6.25 watts

d joules/second

e watts/second

f joules x seconds

d emf = current divided by resistance

e resistance = current divided by emf

f current = emf divided by resistance

96 If the resistance of a resistor which is in series with two other resistors is doubled:

d the current in that resistance is doubled

e the current in that resistance is halved

f the volts drop across that resistor increases

97 Through which material will magnetic lines of force pass the most readily?

d Aluminium

e Iron

f Copper

98 Two batteries 12V and 40Ah each, are in series. What is the total capacity?

d 12V 80Ah

e 24V 80Ah

f 24V 40Ah

99 A 30 KVA rated generator has a power factor of 0.8. What is its maximum consistent

power:

d 30 KW

e 24KW

f 37.5KW

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100 A 50F capacitor is fed with a current of 25mA. How long will it take to charge it to 100V?

d 1 second

e 0.2 seconds

f 12 minutes

d mmf

e flux

f reluctance

d LR

e L/R

f L2/R

d high reluctance, low coercive force

e low reluctance, high coercive force

f high reluctance, high coercive force

d Potassium Hydroxide

e Lead Sulphate

f Sulphuric Acid

105 In a circuit C = 25 microfarads and the current flow is 40 microamps for 4 seconds, what is

the voltage?

d 12.8V

e 6.4V

f 3.2V

106 A 3, 5 and 2 ohms resistance is connected in series with a 10V battery. The voltage across

the 2 ohms resistor is:

d 10V

e 2V

f 4V

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d pressure

e friction

f light

d variable voltage source

e variable resistor

f variable current source

d neutral

e positive

f negative

d the current increases

e impedance increases

f reactance remains the same

d 12F

e 4F

f 36F

112 A 3 ohm resistor dissipates 27 watts. How much current flows through it?

d 3A

e 9A

f 0.15A

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113 In the circuit below, what happens to the total circuit impedance if L is tripled?

d increases

e remains the same

f reduces

114 A sine wave has a periodic time of 0.5 milliseconds. What is the frequency?

d 200Hz

e 2kHz

f 20kHz

115 Three branches in a circuit have currents entering of 3A, 4A and 5A. A fourth branch has

10A leaving. A fifth branch must have:

d 2A entering

e 2A leaving

f 22A leaving

d inductive

e resistive

f capacitive

117 How many electrons would a conductor normally have in its outer shell?

d 1-3

e 4

f 5-8

d the smallest part of a compound

e the smallest part of an electron

f the smallest part of an atom

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d one ampere per second

e one ampere x second

f one second per ampere

120 The negative plate of a discharged NiCd battery would be coated with?

d Potassium Hydroxide

e Cadmium

f Cadmium Hydroxide

d High Voltage

e High Current

f High Voltage and High Current

d 0.25 Siemens

e 0.01 Siemens

c 0.1 Siemens

123 A resistor of value 68K 1% may have the following coloured bands:

d Blue Grey Yellow Brown

e Blue Grey Orange Brown

f Blue Grey Black Red Brown

d 0.5A 5

e 1A

f 2A

6V 16V

5

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d voltage that the capacitor becomes saturated and will accept no more charge

e voltage at which the dielectric breaks down if exceeded

f maximum reverse voltage before the plates buckle

a voltage is √3 times the magnitude of the phase voltage

b current is 3 times the value of the phase current

c current is √3 times the value of the phase current

127 When a capacitor is charged after 1 time constant the V across the capacitor is:

d Vsupply

e 0.707 X Vsupply

f 0.632 X Vsupply

128 In an Electro magnet the right hand grasp rule gives the:

d South pole with thumb when fingers are pointing in direction of electron flow

e North pole with thumb when fingers are pointing in direction of conventional current flow

f South pole with thumb when fingers are pointing in direction of conventional current flow

a Coercive Force x Remanence

b Coercive Force / Remanence

c Remanence / Coercive Force

a. 0.637 peak

peak

b. 0.707

peak to peak

0.707

c. 2

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131 When using 3 phase power the angle between the phases should be:

d 60

e 90

f 120

d even harmonics

e odd harmonics

f square waves

d eddy currents

e high reluctance

f armature reaction

d AC from the brushes and convert it to DC for the armature coil

e AC from the armature coil and convert it to DC for the brushes

f DC from the armature coil and convert it to AC for the brushes

d high current and high voltage respectively

e high voltage and high current respectively

f high ripple and low ripple respectively

d last field pole the coil has just passed

e next field pole in direction of rotation

f next interpole ahead

d wound around the pole pieces between main poles

e wound around the armature in the opposite direction

f cut into the faces of the main poles

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d determine the motion of a motor

e show the current in motors

f determine current in generators

d lacquer

e enamel

f mica

d reaction between the main field and the armature field

e reaction between the rotor heat and the stator cooling

f torque reaction due to bearing friction

d applied emf minus the induced emf

e applied emf minus the back emf

f back emf minus the induced emf

d interpoles connected in series with the armature

e interpoles connected in parallel with the armature

f compensating windings connected in parallel with the armature

143 The thermal protection circuit breakers for an actuator motor is connected:

d to the limit switches

e in parallel with the armature

f in series with the armature

d armature

e stator

f commutator

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ANSWER SHEET

A B C A B C A B C A B C

1 16 31 46

2 17 32 47

3 18 33 48

4 19 34 49

5 20 35 50

6 21 36 51

7 22 37 52

8 23 38

9 24 39

10 25 40

Certified an

11 26 41

accurate and

12 27 42 true template

13 28 43

14 29 44

15 30 45

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